Ambitious cyberpunk shooter E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy gets the jump on Deus Ex: Human Revolution, released as it was on July 29 to become the one new game in these charts for the week ending August 1.

E.Y.E displays its influences prominently and proudly: the cyberpunk conspiracies of Deus Ex and Syndicate, Doom's monster design, the role-playing of Fallout or Stalker, and Space Hulk's armor and armory, to name a few.

The developers - small French team Streum On Studio - also cite films like Total Recall, The Running Man, Blade Runner, Akira, and the Ghost in the Shell series.

E.Y.E reached second place on Steam's chart, with classic role-play adventure Vampire: the Masquerade - Bloodlines climbing to fourth in a sale promo.

Those who did pick up Bloodlines are heartily recommended to update it for modern machines with one of the excellent, unofficial, fan-made patches at

Steam* (
1) Call of Duty: Black Ops Annihilation Pack
2) EYE: Divine Cybermancy
3) Batman: Arkham Asylum
4) Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
5) Civilization V
*Based on revenue, not units sold

Direct2Drive (
1) Civilization V
2) The Sims 3
3) Supreme Commander Gold
4) The Witcher 2
5) Dragon Age II

GamersGate (
1) Civilization V
2) Just Cause 2
3) Metro 2033
4) ArmA 2: British Armed Forces
5) Victoria 2

Impulse (
1) Sins of a Solar Empire - Trinity
2) Bulletstorm
4) Galactic Civilizations II
5) Mass Effect

Good Old Games (
1) RollerCoaster Tycoon: Deluxe
2) Sanitarium
3) Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator
4) Enclave
5) Fallout 2